The American undergraduate classroom can be very difference from the culture of classrooms in other countries. Come and discuss the differences you have encountered and successful strategies for handling them.
If you consider yourself international faculty, whether because you were born outside the US, you speak a second (or third, or...) language, or for any other reason, please join us.We will meet the new Chief Diversity Officer, Erik Malewski, discuss the unique needs of international faculty, and ways to address them.
This workshop is designed to provide an interactive dialogue between CETL staff and international faculty. Based on issues identified by international faculty over the years, we will examine Teaching in the U.S. Classroom, Library Faculty Resources, Georgia View, and a host of other issues specific to international faculty success @Kennesaw State University. Faculty and staff with expertise in various areas will share information on best approaches and practices and facilitate discussions. Come and share your ideas and strategies with us as we offer methods for effective teaching and learning. Bring your Colleagues! Presenters
Carlton A. Usher (CETL)
Michele B. Miller, Education Abroad Office
Josie Baudier (CETL)
Daniel J. Paracka, Director, Education Abroad Office